Landscape - Architecture - Paysage
Tenth European Prize of Architecture Philippe Rotthier 2014
19/10/2014 > 23/11/2014
Awarded every three years and created by the architect Philippe Rotthier in 1982, this prize acknowledges contemporary works, which respect the architectural and urban principles which formed the basis for the creation of Europe’s most beautiful cities. The prize was awarded for the tenth time in June 2014. After Urban renewal and the new neighborhoods in 2008 and The renovation of existing sites and buildings in 2011, the theme chosen for the tenth session was the relationship of architecture to landscape – natural, urban, or man-made landscape.
The tenth edition was the subject of a retrospective exhibition showing the awarded projects in 2014 which fit into the surroundings and improve them. It also shows the projects which have been rewarded by the previous prices and the Ten "coups de coeur" of Philippe Rotthier.
Fondation pour l’Architecture
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